The payroll community is under pressure to provide accurate, reliable intelligence to support employees across the nation. The question marks have never been bigger and so is the challenge to find reliable, comprehensive answers in a time-efficient way.
This is why Reward Strategy will host the first Global Payroll Question Time on 20 April.
During a fully immersive and live studio broadcast, payroll professionals will be given the virtual floor to appear on screen and directly ask questions
The UK’s largest independent annual payroll conference is back on 23 June.
In the past year our world has deeply changed. COVID-19 struck and instantaneous changes swept across the profession. During these challenging times, those working in pay and reward became key workers and demonstrated remarkable resilience in adapting to the new ways of working, including flexible working, cash-sensitive benefits and fair redundancy policies. With the epic shifts of 2020 now firmly set into everyday
→ Cover feature: Reward Strategy explores the need for responsible reward- page 14
→ Time for honest conversations: Deputy head of reward for the Ministry of Defence, Tim Henretty, on public sector pay gaps, rewarding the inflexible workforce and the need to retain older employees - page 10
→ Why traditional HR is dead: Andrew Mulder explains why he thinks the classic HR function is no longer fit for purpose - page 26
Voluntary Living Wage employers should be aware of the announcement on 6 November that sees the rates increase. Note that paying staff at this Living Wage is voluntary but paying them at the National Living Wage is mandatory.
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